6 Day Gut Microbiome Reset Menu

Has your gut been speaking to you, but you don’t know what to do?

Do you honor your food boundaries, but your digestion is still struggling?

You may be missing a few pieces of the microbiome support puzzle….

This 6-Day menu is full of simple, whole food, suggestions to help you begin the process of resetting your microbiome, and building habits for long-term support.

How do I get it?

Click the link below, input your email and your printable menu will appear.

What are the recipes free from?

  • Gluten
  • Dairy
  • Eggs
  • Soy
  • Processed Sugar

What do I need?

All the information, and links to suggested recipes are in the printable. A refresher of the Trim Healthy Lifestyle plan will help because all the recipes, and suggested substitutions, fit into this plan because it is the way my family eats. Also, really digging into why you want to begin building these habits, and why you would be willing to practice them long-term will be valuable.

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Gluten Free Menu Plan

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Are you a gluten free household, and following the Trim Healthy Plan? I got you, Lovely Lady!

-I am sharing our weekly menu plan for our family of 9, for the week of April 9-15, 2023.

If I had the freezer space to do it, once a month cooking would be my ideal way to manage meal preparation, but most of our freezer space is tied up in our home-raised meats and frozen fruits and veggie stash to help us in our rural western Montana life.

We also plan our food days to coincide with our Saturday sabbath, or Shabbat, and our Leftover day is Sunday.

This helps us eat our way through our leftovers, while also giving this Mama a day off from cooking….WIN!

If you don’t have a routine with your leftovers, I would implore you to develop one to save your sanity and cut down on your cooking, or steal mine. You can read about it here.

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What do you feed a Gluten Free family of 9?

I’m so glad you asked…here we go!

****I will be using recipes from Various Cookbooks that are Compatible with the Trim Healthy Mama lifestyle, along with recipes from around the internet. I will link the book and give a page number, or website, where applicable****

**I also cook with my Leftover days in mind, and double almost every recipe that I make.**

Sunday- Passover

Monday- Passover

Tuesday- Passover

Wednesday- Passover

Thursday- Passover Ends at Sunset

Friday-

  • Breakfast: Bagel Breakfast Sandwiches
  • Lunch: Chicken Pot Pie Soup, you will need to read the pinterest image to see the instructions.
  • Dinner: Pizza Night
  • Snack: Easy Oat Bars
  • Snack: Popcorn

Saturday-

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Gluten Free Menu Plan

Some posts on this blog contain affiliate links. If you click them, I may earn a small commission. It does not cost you anything extra, but this commission helps support the work of running my site. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own.

Are you a gluten free household, and following the Trim Healthy Plan? I got you, Lovely Lady!

I am sharing our weekly menu plan for our family of 9, for the week of April 2-8, 2023.

If I had the freezer space to do it, once a month cooking would be my ideal way to manage meal preparation, but most of our freezer space is tied up in our home-raised meats and frozen fruits and veggie stash to help us in our rural western Montana life.

We also plan our food days to coincide with our Saturday sabbath, or Shabbat, and our Leftover day is Sunday.

This helps us eat our way through our leftovers, while also giving this Mama a day off from cooking….WIN!

If you don’t have a routine with your leftovers, I would implore you to develop one to save your sanity and cut down on your cooking, or steal mine. You can read about it here.

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What do you feed a Gluten Free family of 9?

I’m so glad you asked…here we go!

****I will be using recipes from Various Cookbooks that are Compatible with the Trim Healthy Mama lifestyle, along with recipes from around the internet. I will link the book and give a page number, or website, where applicable****

**I also cook with my Leftover days in mind, and double almost every recipe that I make.**

Sunday-

Monday-

Tuesday-

Wednesday-

Thursday- Passover (Begins at sunset)

Friday- Passover

Saturday- Passover

  • Breakfast: Sausage Pizza Egg Muffins (I make them in a casserole dish and use turkey sausage)
  • Lunch: Leftovers
  • Dinner: Leftovers
  • Snack: Avocado Matzah Toast with boiled eggs
  • Snack: Leftovers

Printable Menu

Here are my favorite products, should you wonder where to find them, gluten free. And, if you would like to know what’s going on the Treehouse, please sign up for my newsletter!

Thank you for stopping by!

If you want to know how to Cook Less and Eat More, or want to look into my Trim Healthy Lifestyle Coaching Services, you’ve come to the right place!

Gluten Free Menu Plan

Some posts on this blog contain affiliate links. If you click them, I may earn a small commission. It does not cost you anything extra, but this commission helps support the work of running my site. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own.

Are you a gluten free household, and following the Trim Healthy Plan? I got you, Lovely Lady!

I am sharing our weekly menu plan for our family of 9, for the week of March 26 – April 1, 2023.

If I had the freezer space to do it, once a month cooking would be my ideal way to manage meal preparation, but most of our freezer space is tied up in our home-raised meats and frozen fruits and veggie stash to help us in our rural western Montana life.

We also plan our food days to coincide with our Saturday sabbath, or Shabbat, and our Leftover day is Sunday.

This helps us eat our way through our leftovers, while also giving this Mama a day off from cooking….WIN!

If you don’t have a routine with your leftovers, I would implore you to develop one to save your sanity and cut down on your cooking, or steal mine. You can read about it here.

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What do you feed a Gluten Free family of 9?

I’m so glad you asked…here we go!

****I will be using recipes from Various Cookbooks that are Compatible with the Trim Healthy Mama lifestyle, along with recipes from around the internet. I will link the book and give a page number, or website, where applicable****

**I also cook with my Leftover days in mind, and double almost every recipe that I make.**

Sunday-

Monday-

Tuesday-

Wednesday-

Thursday-

Friday-

Saturday-

Printable Menu

Here are my favorite products, should you wonder where to find them, gluten free. And, if you would like to know what’s going on the Treehouse, please sign up for my newsletter!

Thank you for stopping by!

If you want to know how to Cook Less and Eat More, or want to look into my Trim Healthy Lifestyle Coaching Services, you’ve come to the right place!

Gluten Free Menu Plan

Some posts on this blog contain affiliate links. If you click them, I may earn a small commission. It does not cost you anything extra, but this commission helps support the work of running my site. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own.

Are you a gluten free household, and following the Trim Healthy Plan? I got you, Lovely Lady!

I am sharing our weekly menu plan for our family of 9, for the week of March 19-25, 2023.

If I had the freezer space to do it, once a month cooking would be my ideal way to manage meal preparation, but most of our freezer space is tied up in our home-raised meats and frozen fruits and veggie stash to help us in our rural western Montana life.

We also plan our food days to coincide with our Saturday sabbath, or Shabbat, and our Leftover day is Sunday.

This helps us eat our way through our leftovers, while also giving this Mama a day off from cooking….WIN!

If you don’t have a routine with your leftovers, I would implore you to develop one to save your sanity and cut down on your cooking, or steal mine. You can read about it here.

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What do you feed a Gluten Free family of 9?

I’m so glad you asked…here we go!

****I will be using recipes from Various Cookbooks that are Compatible with the Trim Healthy Mama lifestyle, along with recipes from around the internet. I will link the book and give a page number, or website, where applicable****

**I also cook with my Leftover days in mind, and double almost every recipe that I make. My shopping list will reflect single recipe amounts as we have a much larger than average family to prepare for. **

Sunday-

Monday-

Tuesday-

Wednesday-

Thursday-

  • Breakfast: Keto No-Bake Cookies
  • Lunch: Travel Food
  • Dinner: Travel Food
  • Snack: Travel Food
  • Snack: Travel Food

Friday-

Saturday-

Printable Menu

Here are my favorite products, should you wonder where to find them, gluten free. And, if you would like to know what’s going on the Treehouse, please sign up for my newsletter!

Thank you for stopping by!

If you want to know how to Cook Less and Eat More, or want to look into my Trim Healthy Lifestyle Coaching Services, you’ve come to the right place!

Gluten Free Menu Plan

Some posts on this blog contain affiliate links. If you click them, I may earn a small commission. It does not cost you anything extra, but this commission helps support the work of running my site. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own.

Are you a gluten free household, and following the Trim Healthy Plan? I got you, Lovely Lady!

I am sharing our weekly menu plan for our family of 9, for the week of March 12-18, 2023.

If I had the freezer space to do it, once a month cooking would be my ideal way to manage meal preparation, but most of our freezer space is tied up in our home-raised meats and frozen fruits and veggie stash to help us in our rural western Montana life.

We also plan our food days to coincide with our Saturday sabbath, or Shabbat, and our Leftover day is Sunday.

This helps us eat our way through our leftovers, while also giving this Mama a day off from cooking….WIN!

If you don’t have a routine with your leftovers, I would implore you to develop one to save your sanity and cut down on your cooking, or steal mine. You can read about it here.

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What do you feed a Gluten Free family of 9?

I’m so glad you asked…here we go!

****I will be using recipes from Various Cookbooks that are Compatible with the Trim Healthy Mama lifestyle, along with recipes from around the internet. I will link the book and give a page number, or website, where applicable****

**I also cook with my Leftover days in mind, and double almost every recipe that I make. My shopping list will reflect single recipe amounts as we have a much larger than average family to prepare for. **

Sunday-

Monday-

Tuesday-

Wednesday-

Thursday-

Friday-

Saturday-

Printable Menu

Here are my favorite products, should you wonder where to find them, gluten free. And, if you would like to know what’s going on the Treehouse, please sign up for my newsletter!

Thank you for stopping by!

If you want to know how to Cook Less and Eat More, or want to look into my Trim Healthy Lifestyle Coaching Services, you’ve come to the right place!

Basic Gluten Free Shopping List

Sometimes I don’t meal plan the way I want…

It could be because of an illness that hits our family, a first trimester season of nausea, or we just got really busy and the end of the month snuck up on me. These are the things that I will grab from the grocery store to replenish our storehouse, and to have for the most basic of gluten free meals.

I do this type of grocery haul knowing that the next time I get to the store, usually quickly, my list will be much more specific, or I will place orders at trusted online place to fill in the gaps until I can get to a place like Walmart, US Chef Store, or Costco again.

This doesn’t include toiletries, but those will be purchased too during this trip, because nobody wants to run out of a toilet paper, right?

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Fruit

  • Bananas, usually only about 3-5lbs at a time because they turn so fast. But, if I find overripe bananas for a good price I will buy them out and freeze them for That’s Bananas Shakes and Sourdough Banana Bread or Banana Bread Quinoa.
  • Applesauce, I usually buy 12 quarts per month which keeps us in stocking and eating quantities
  • 1- 3lb bag of frozen fruit (mixed fruit or blueberries are easy to find and very versatile)
  • 1 bag of whole apples (this is usually for a Faster Food lunch in the car)

Meat/Protein Products

  • 1 large roll of ground meat (in our large family this is a 10lb roll of higher fat meat, usually 80/20) or an equivalent size in a ground meat that I find for close to $2/ pound, which is my goal for all meat in my home.
  • 1 large package of chicken breasts (this is 10lbs for our family)
  • 1 package lunch meat (this is for Non-Wiches for a Faster Food lunch in the car)
  • 1 package of hot dogs, I choose all beef or turkey
  • 5 dozen eggs…unless the chickens are laying and then I don’t need them
  • 2 Quarts of egg whites…unless the chickens are laying

Dairy Products

  • 1- 5lb bag of shredded cheddar cheese or other blend that is available
  • 1- 5lb bag of shredded mozzarella cheese
  • 1 – 16 to 24 slices package of cheese slices (for the Non-Wiches, because we can’t forget to eat while we grocery shop)
  • 4lbs of butter, usually the large pack from Costco
  • 2 quarts of Greek yogurt, if I buy it at all because we don’t use it daily.
  • 1 quart of Half & Half, because my husband can only do coffee this way.

Spices and Condiments

  • Any spices I KNOW we are low on, I am in my cabinets enough to have a pretty good idea of which seasonings we are in need of every month
  • 1 bag (sometimes 2) of Nutritional Yeast – because I’ve ran out of this and it was painful
  • Mustard, because it is such a versatile condiment for our family
  • 2 bottles Olive Oil cooking spray – my kids use this on their popcorn snack
  • 1 package of Pure Stevia Extract Powder or Pure Monk Fruit Extract Powder, I usually need on or the other

Nuts and Seeds

  • 2 packages (4 jars) of natural peanut butter from Costco
  • 1 can (from Costco) of peanuts

Produce

  • 1 package Celery
  • 1- 5lb bag of carrots 9 unpeeled and uncut)
  • 1 large bag of potatoes
  • 1 head green cabbage
  • 1 head red cabbage
  • 1 package mini peppers, because i can get them by the pound instead of per pepper prices
  • 1 – 2lb package mini carrots (for a Faster Food meal in the car)
  • 10 bags frozen cauliflower florets
  • 6 bags frozen broccoli florets
  • 6 bags frozen kale
  • 1 large bag frozen peas
  • 1 large bag frozen corn

Grains and Beans/Legumes

  • 1- 25lb bag Gluten Free Rolled Oats
  • 1 large (usually 10lb) bag of a dry bean or legume, I have a pretty good idea of what we use the most and what needs to be restocked
  • 4 pounds of popping corn, because this is frequently a snack for our children

Misc.

  • Coffee – Decaf and regular
  • 2 packages of herbal tea
  • Discount Store items – these are unpredictable and I typically grab things for stocking the pantry
  • 1 large package of corn tortillas (from Costco)

Canned Goods

  • 6 – 28 oz cans each of diced tomatoes, crushed tomatoes, tomato sauce
  • 6 cans of “Rotel” tomatoes and green chiles, mild
  • 6 cans fire roasted diced tomatoes
  • 6 – 6oz cans of tomato paste
  • Up to 4 – 101oz cans of green beans
  • 1-2 gallons (glass, because we can reuse them for Kombucha and storage) of pickles

Printable Shopping List Here

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Crazy Easy Nut-Free Milk

Do you need a Crazy Easy, Crazy Versatile, Nut-Free and Dairy Free milk?

I got you! This recipe couldn’t be any simpler, and you probably have most of the ingredients right in your cabinets!

Nicole is standing in a purple shirt with a butterfly outline that says THM Coach, while holding a half-gallon mason jar full of her Crazy Easy Nut-Free Milk. Next to her are the words, "Crazy Easy Nut Free Milk with Nicole Burch"

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Ingredients:

Large Version – Fits into a 1/2 gallon mason jar

Small Version – Fits into a quart mason jar

Method:

Place all ingredients into the blender, here is the one I used, and blend on high until it is creamy and emulsified.

If you follow the Trim Healthy Plan, you can have up to 1/2 Cup of this in a Fuel Pull setting, as written. 1/4 Cup in a sipper.

***If you cannot tolerate sunflower seeds, you can use any nut or seed butter in place of this ingredient for a crazy easy DIY dairy free milk recipe. Some ideas include tahini, hemp butter, pumpkin seed butter, almond butter, even peanut butter. The final 2 options(almond and peanut butter) would, obviously, NOT be nut free, so use them at your own discretion. And, you would need to calculate the fat for your new variety of butter, to see how it fits into your Trim Healthy Plan. If you cannot tolerate sunflower lecithin, you can leave it out, you will just need to shake it up before you use it.***

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Gluten Free Menu Plan

Some posts on this blog contain affiliate links. If you click them, I may earn a small commission. It does not cost you anything extra, but this commission helps support the work of running my site. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own.

Are you a gluten free household, and following the Trim Healthy Plan? I got you, Lovely Lady!

I am sharing our weekly menu plan for our family of 9, for the week of August 14-20, 2022.

If I had the freezer space to do it, once a month cooking would be my ideal way to manage meal preparation, but most of our freezer space is tied up in our home-raised meats and frozen fruits and veggie stash to help us in our rural western Montana life.

We also plan our food days to coincide with our Saturday sabbath, or Shabbat, and our Leftover day is Sunday.

This helps us eat our way through our leftovers, while also giving this Mama a day off from cooking….WIN!

If you don’t have a routine with your leftovers, I would implore you to develop one to save your sanity and cut down on your cooking, or steal mine. You can read about it here.

Pin This

What do you feed a Gluten Free family of 9?

I’m so glad you asked…here we go!

****I will be using recipes from Various Cookbooks that are Compatible with the Trim Healthy Mama lifestyle, along with recipes from around the internet. I will link the book and give a page number, or website, where applicable****

**I also cook with my Leftover days in mind, and double almost every recipe that I make. My shopping list will reflect single recipe amounts as we have a much larger than average family to prepare for. **

Sunday-

  • Breakfast: Pizza Grilled Cheese, Trim Healthy Table Cookbook (it will be THT through the rest of the menu) p. 298, made with Simple Kneads Gluten Free Sourdough Bread. Collagen Decaf Coffee (We get Collagen from here or here)
  • Lunch: Leftovers
  • Dinner: Cornbread Crusted Mexican Pie, Trim Healthy Mama Cookbook (which will be THMCB in the rest of the menu) p. 132 with Crispy Crunch Okra, THT p. 263
  • Snack: Salted Caramel Fat Stripping Frappa, THMCB p. 419
  • Snack: Berry Crunch Bars, THMCB p. 392

Monday-

  • Breakfast: Cinnamon Sugar Toast, THT p. 358 with Simple Kneads Gluten Free Sourdough bread and the coconut spray option and my husband’s raw honey in place of pure Monk Fruit Extract Powder.
  • Lunch: Soothe Your Soul Soup, (multiplied by 9) THMCB p. 115
  • Dinner: Chicken Chicken Bang Bang, (multiplied by 9) THMCB p. 77 with green beans
  • Snack: Lemon Fat Stripping Frappa, THMCB p. 419
  • Snack: Time for Lime Cupcakes, THMCB p. 306

Tuesday-

  • Breakfast: Pumpkin BAM Cake, THT p. 385 with Certified Gluten Free Oats from here or here
  • Lunch: Travel Food
  • Dinner: Travel Food
  • Snack: Praline Protein Bars, THMCB p. 391 with Whey or Egg White Protein Powder
  • Snack: Cobbler in a jar (in a pan), THMCB p. 335

Wednesday-

  • Breakfast: Breaggy Fry Up, THMCB p. 244 made with Swiss Bread, THT
  • Lunch: Tuscan Tomato Soup, THMCB p. 120
  • Dinner: Sweetie on Steroids, THMCB p. 76
  • Snack: Green Secret Big Boy, THMCB p. 416
  • Snack: Lemon Gummies, THMCB p. 387, we get gelatin from here or here

Thursday-

  • Breakfast: Nana’s Fluffy Omelet, THMCB p. 239
  • Lunch: Sweetie Pie Swirl, THMCB p. 253
  • Dinner: Sweet and Spicy Asian Stir Fry, THMCB p. 84
  • Snack: German Chocolate Shake, THMCB p. 413
  • Snack: Berry Gummies, THMCB p. 388

Friday-

  • Breakfast: Caramel Apple BAM Cake, THT p. 384
  • Lunch: Peanut Satay Trimmy Bisque, THT p. 175
  • Dinner: Queso Chicken Bake, THT p.123 with Hello Cheese, THMCB
  • Snack: Banana Oat Shake, THMCB p.413
  • Snack: Skinny Peppermint Patties, THMCB p. 380 and we use Peppermint Vitality Essential Oil in these

Saturday-

  • Breakfast: Chocky Nut Crockpot Oatmeal, THMCB p. 257 real Cacao powder makes all the difference, AND a good Peanut Powder from here or here
  • Lunch: Zesty Sweetie Soup, THMCB p. 118
  • Dinner: Sweet and Sour Meatballs, THT p. 107 with veggies in coconut oil
  • Snack: Peanutty Fudge, THMCB p. 388
  • Snack: Meadow’s Lemon Coconut Truffles, THMCB p. 386 we get our coconut from here

Printable Menu

Here are my favorite products, should you wonder where to find them, gluten free. And, if you would like to know what’s going on the Treehouse, please sign up for my newsletter!

Thank you so much for stopping by!

If you want to learn more about my Trim Healthy Mama Lifestyle Coaching, How I got my Husband on board with our eating style, or how to cut down your cooking time you have come to the right place.

Nicole Burch is sharing her gluten free, Trim Healthy Mama compatible, menu plan for the week of Jan 2-8, 2022.

Gluten Free Menu Plan

Some posts on this blog contain affiliate links. If you click them, I may earn a small commission. It does not cost you anything extra, but this commission helps support the work of running my site. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own.

Are you a gluten free household, and following the Trim Healthy Plan? I got you, Lovely Lady!

I am sharing our weekly menu plan for our family of 9, for the week of July24-30, 2022.

If I had the freezer space to do it, once a month cooking would be my ideal way to manage meal preparation, but most of our freezer space is tied up in our home-raised meats and frozen fruits and veggie stash to help us in our rural western Montana life.

We also plan our food days to coincide with our Saturday sabbath, or Shabbat, and our Leftover day is Sunday.

This helps us eat our way through our leftovers, while also giving this Mama a day off from cooking….WIN!

If you don’t have a routine with your leftovers, I would implore you to develop one to save your sanity and cut down on your cooking, or steal mine. You can read about it here.

Weekly Menu compatible with the Trim healthy Plan. July 24-20, 2022. Follow Nicole Burch for more Gluten free lifestyle information.

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What do you feed a Gluten Free family of 9?

I’m so glad you asked…here we go!

****I will be using recipes from Various Cookbooks that are Compatible with the Trim Healthy Mama lifestyle, along with recipes from around the internet. I will link the book and give a page number, or website, where applicable****

**I also cook with my Leftover days in mind, and double almost every recipe that I make. My shopping list will reflect single recipe amounts as we have a much larger than average family to prepare for. **

Sunday-

Monday-

Tuesday-

Wednesday-

Thursday-

Friday-

Saturday-

Printable Menu

Here are my favorite products, should you wonder where to find them, gluten free. And, if you would like to know what’s going on the Treehouse, please sign up for my newsletter!

Thank you so much for stopping by!

If you want to learn more about my Trim Healthy Mama Lifestyle Coaching, How I got my Husband on board with our eating style, or how to cut down your cooking time you have come to the right place.

Nicole Burch is sharing her gluten free, Trim Healthy Mama compatible, menu plan for the week of Jan 2-8, 2022.

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